Let's all chill out on this whole gluten-free hating thing
I know when you envision people cutting out gluten, you probably think of a high-maintenance girl just trying to cut out carbs of her diet due to an "allergy." I know I probably would, honestly. Then, I'd probably make some sarcastic and unloving comment about Ugg boots and PSLs (I'm awful, I know.).
Then, I realized: people make fun of what they don't understand. So, I'm not here to debate whether going gluten-free is the right thing to do or not (unless you have Celiac. Then definitely do that.). I'm just here to share my story.
When my health was spiraling out of control, making those dietary changes felt like the only thing I could do. When my dad had cancer, we too made similar changes. This lifestyle helped him live in remission for years longer than his counterparts.
Maybe this year I'll get healthy, maybe I won't, but maybe, just maybe, I can encourage people to be just a little kinder.